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Blind Buddhist - Charm

Blind Buddhist - Charm

Normal price €79,00 EUR
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The blind Buddhist, Phra Pidta, belongs to our spiritual collection.

The myth of Phra Pidta is an important part of Thai Buddhist culture and has a deep symbolic meaning. 

Phra Pidta is worshiped as a protective amulet and is considered a powerful protection against dangers and evil. Believers often wear this amulet to protect themselves from negative influences, accidents and illnesses. It is also seen as a defense against spiritual attacks and black magic.

The closed eyes and the meditative pose of Phra Pidta symbolize the inner calm and mental strength. It encourages believers to cultivate their own inner qualities and find inner harmony.

The figure of the Phra Pidta is said to go back to a Buddhist monk from the Ayutthaya period in Thailand. Legend says that this monk, while he was meditated and searched for deep enlightenment, created a mysterious amulet that shows his face in a meditative pose and has closed his eyes. This amulet was called Phra Pidta, which means "covered by a lid" because the face of the Buddha is enclosed by a lid.

A special feature of this charm is the large inner diameter of 0.7cm.

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This bead is limited to 66 pieces worldwide.

Size: Ø = 1.5cm
Weight: approx. 8.8g

1x silver charm is offered for sale, without the design suggestions in the pictures (without other charms, bracelets and bracelets, etc.) 

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